Women in Shape (WiSh) – a Collaborative Research Workshop
July 16 / 8:00 - July 20 / 17:00
The Collaborative Research Workshop Women in Shape -3 (WiSh): Modeling Objects in 2D and 3D will take place in Trier, Germany from 16 July through 20 July, 2018.
Unlike the traditional workshop format, the focus of WiSh is to carry out a few designated research projects that will be initiated during the workshop and lead to a viable collaboration among the participants.
We welcome applications from women researchers at various stages in their careers (from graduate student to senior researcher) from all over the world to foster research collaboration and mentorship.
Participants will spend one week working together in small groups to solve open questions in shape modeling. Potential topics may include shape optimization, understanding shape complexity from multiple perspectives, generating discrete formulations of variational problems and optimizing solutions, and developing flexible, robust, and compact 2D and 3D shape representations.
WiSh participants will begin generating new results in collaboration with other participants. Results form the workshop and related work may be submitted for consideration for publication in the Springer AWM Proceedings series.
Kathryn Leonard, Occidental College (contact for applicants from America and Australia)
Géraldine Morin, University of Toulouse
Kathrin Welker, Trier University (host)
Registration is now closed.
A contingent of single rooms and double rooms has been reserved at the Robert-Schuman-Haus in Trier, the location of this year’s workshop. You may reserve a room by contacting the location directly via e-mail or phone mentioning the keywork “WiSh” any time prior to May 4, 2018.
Schedule, location, and directions:
The workshop is scheduled to begin on Monday, July 16 2018. Participants are encouraged to arrive on Sunday, July 15, 2018.
The workshop will conclude on Friday, July 20, 2018.
The workshop will take place at the Robert-Schuman-Haus in Trier.
Check here for directions on how to get to Trier.
Partially supported by NSF-HRD 1500481 – AWM ADVANCE grant